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Common Goal

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WHAT IS IT ?

COMMON GOAL is a charitable project created by streetfootballworld and Juan Mata with the aim of using the immense power of football to generate social change and improve people’s lives. It’s members donate 1% of their income to active projects in all continents.

The initiative saw the light in August 2017 through an article that appeared on ‘The Players Tribune’ in which Juan Mata explained how he discovered football’s great capacity to unite people around the world. Since then, the initiative hasn’t stopped growing and plenty of people are now willing to change the world via football.

THE POWER OF FOOTBALL

“IT CHANGED MY LIFE AND IT CAN CHANGE PLENTY OF OTHER LIVES AS WELL”

COMMON GOAL MEMBERS

DO YOU WANT TO TAKE PART OF THE TEAM?

“Common Goal adds a new dimension to my game: translating the power of football into sustainable social change. And that’s a special feeling”.

Juan

NEWS

COMMON GOAL UPDATES

  • Juan Mata and Common Goal, protagonists in the prestigious World Football Summit

    Manchester United player participated through a video organized by Banco Santander named: “Football as an engine for social development”. The Common Goal movement was one of the main parts of the dialogue.

  • Juan Mata, National Sports Award for his work with Common Goal

    The Spanish international receives the Queen Sofía Award, which recognizes the person or entity that has made a significant gesture of nobility or fair play during the year. His commitment to the creation and growth of the Common Goal movement with footballers from around the world has been key to the election. Rafa Nadal, Sandra Sánchez, Jon Rahm and Keylor Navas have been other winners.

  • Juan Mata in Colombia with Common Goal

    United’s player, the creator of the movement, is in Bogotá. Mata, that collaborates with the ‘Tiempo de Juego’ Foundation, has a campaign to raise funds until Sunday, June 24.

  • Spanish trio to join Common Goal

    The biggest and most diverse club in football now boasts 46 players. Spanish players David Lombán (SD Eibar), Cristian Portilla (Ottawa Fury) and Ainhoa Tirapu (Athletic Club) have all joined Common Goal, the movement in which football players unite in pledging a percentage of their salary to create positive and lasting social impact. #CommonGoal

WEB & SOCIAL

COMMON GOAL’S DAY BY DAY

More information on the Common Goal Project on its
official website and social networks.

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